GMRE is proud to announce back-to-back contract wins in the month of July. GMRE was recently awarded the A-10 Contractor Engineering and Technical Services (CETS) contract in support of the Air National Guard (ANG) A-10 fleet and the Aviation and Aerospace Flight and Engineering Support to Personnel Recovery (PR) Forces in support of HH-60G and HC-130 operations.
GMRE will be providing experienced aircraft maintenance technicians that will be integrated in the A-10 units’ operations and maintenance organizations to help improve their current capabilities by providing training on advanced aircraft systems, direction and supervision on nonstandard maintenance issues, operational checkouts, analysis of A-10 systems and subsystems, while continuing to supporting the sustainment of current and legacy systems on the aircraft.
GMRE is currently providing support for A-10 modernization efforts at the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center (AATC) in Tucson, AZ, and is looking forward to expanding our relationship with the Guard and the A-10. GMRE A-10 CETS personnel will support the A-10 at Warfield Air National Guard Base (ANGB), MD; Selfridge ANGB, MI; Fort Wayne ANGB, IN; and Gowen Field ANGB, ID.
GMRE is also pleased to announce our continued support of Air Combat Commands (ACC) Flight and Engineering Support to PR Forces. Under the new, 5-year contract, GMRE will be responsible for continued support of advanced and non-standard avionics and communications installations for USAF MC/HC-130 and HH-60 aircraft and flight tests for HH-60s. GMRE will provide a wide range of professional support including pilots, flight engineers, C4ISR technicians, and subject matter experts to ACC Rescue Squadrons at Moody AFB, GA; Davis Monthan AFB, AZ; and Nellis AFB, NV.
Preserving the lives and well-being of DoD personnel through the PR mission is vitally important for our service members and GMRE is proud to have such a critical role in this sacred mission We look forward to continuing our support to the PR community.